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Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Google Say No Changes its search algorithm to re-rank individual websites

Google does not change its pursuit algorithm to re-rank individual websites, it said in a letter to Russia's Communications Watchdog after Moscow expressed concerns the web crawler may oppress Russian media. 

The Roskomnadzor guard dog said recently it would look for elucidation from Letters in order Inc's Google about whether it deliberately put articles from Russian news websites Sputnik and Russia Today bring down in query items.

Responding to an inquiry regarding Sputnik articles at a conference prior in November, Letters in order Official Executive Eric Schmidt said Google was attempting to give less unmistakable quality to "those sorts of websites" instead of delisting them.

That provoked dissensions from Russian specialists, with Roskomnadzor saying a week ago it would make a move against Google in the event that it victimized Russian media.

"We'd get a kick out of the chance to advise you that by talking about ranking of web-sources, including the websites of Russia Today and Sputnik, Dr. Eric Schmidt was referring to Google's continuous endeavors to enhance look quality," Google said in a letter posted on Roskomnadzor's website.

"We don't change our algorithm to re-rank," it included.

A Google representative affirmed the letter had been sent by the organization yet gave no further remark.

The Russian government stores Sputnik and Russia Today.

US insight organizations have said the two websites spread deception and distributed stories that were negative towards Hillary Clinton amid the 2016 US presidential decision.

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